• Ghostface Killah / Klashnekoff - Legends of Rap 9

  • Wed, 06-09-2017 at 19:30
  • Saltbox Bar
    Bolero Square
    NG1 1LY Nottingham
Ghostface Killah / Klashnekoff - Legends of Rap 9 - Saltbox Bar - Nottingham

Can't Stop Wont Stop in collaboration with Gangsta Wraps PresentsGhostface KillahKlashnekoffJuga-Naut & Vandal Savage (VVV)Ghostface Killah is one of the prominent members and ‘raconteur’ of the hip-hop supergroup group Wu Tang Clan. As a highly established solo artist Ghostface is known for his emotive and vivid story telling, which in contrast to ‘Conscious and West Coast’ rappers, tends to depict realistic urban life on inner-city streets, telling stories organized crime, self-indulgence, substance abuse, designer clothes, materialism, killings, drug dealing, drug trafficking and other luxuries of a mobster which popularised and brought the term and sub-genre ‘Mafioso Rap’ into mainstream light, alongside Kool G Rap, The Notorious BIG, Jay-Z, Nas and collaborator Raekwon. His debut solo album Ironman was released in 1996 and followed by albums including Supreme Clientele in 2000 and Fishscale in 2006. Alongside his latest solo album, 36 Seasons (released in 2014), he released his tenth studio album “12 Reasons To Die”, to critical acclaim, which according to producer Adrian Young would serve as a “soundtrack to a vintage italian horror film set in 1968”, he then collaborated with Canadian hip-hop jazz group BadBadNotGood. Lately, he has busted into the California weed industry with Wu Goo, a 70 percent THC oil made to be smoked out of a vaporizer.Wu-Tang Clan have sold more than 40 million record worldwide, with their 1993 debut Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) considered one of the great hip-hop albums of all time.Klashnekoff is considered one of the best rappers to emerge during the 2000’s golden era of UK Hip Hop, since his debut ‘Dago Mentality’ and the subsequent album ‘Sagas of Klashnekoff’ which sprung hits Murda and Black Rose before his work with Nottingham producer Joe Buhdha resulted in the hotly anticipated album ‘Lionheart: Tussle With the Beast’. With rave reviews in NME, Mix Magazine and The Guardian and cemented his profile as one of the most recognisable hip hop artists in the UK.

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